Emerson Ávila

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Emerson Ávila
Personal information
Full name Emerson Rodrigues Ávila
Date of birth (1967-07-16) 16 July 1967 (age 52)
Place of birth Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Teams managed
Years Team
2007 Cruzeiro (caretaker)
2007–2008 Ipatinga
2008 Grêmio Barueri
2009 Ipatinga
2010 Boavista-RJ
2010–2011 Brazil U17
2011 Cruzeiro
2012 Nacional-MG
2012-2013 Brazil U20
2013 Corinthians (U-20)
2014 Esportivo
2015– Cruzeiro (U-20)

Emerson Rodrigues Ávila (born 16 July 1967 in Belo Horizonte) is a Brazilian football manager.[1]

Career

Emerson Ávila had worked for Cruzeiro for 10 years and since 2005 he had been an assistant manager for Cruzeiro.[2] In the 2007 Campeonato Mineiro he was Cruzeiro's manager for one game, the second leg match of the finals, because Cruzeiro's then manager Paulo Autuori had resigned after the first leg game.[3] Still in 2007, Émerson Ávila became the manager for Ipatinga and led them to an unpredictable promotion to Brazilian National First Division, but after a poor start to the Campeonato Mineiro 2008 he was fired. On 2 September 2011, he was named head coach of Cruzeiro, but his contract was terminated after six league matches. Cruzeiro were winless since he has been coached. On 29 September 2011 Cruzeiro fired Emerson Avila as coach after 22 days in charge on Monday and named Vagner Mancini as his replacement. [1]

Personal life

Émerson Ávila is married to Marluci and has two children.

Honours

Club

National team

References

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Paulo Autuori
Cruzeiro manager (caretaker)
2007
Succeeded by
Dorival Júnior
Preceded by
Adilson Batista
Cruzeiro manager (caretaker)
2010
Succeeded by
Cuca
Preceded by
Joel Santana
Cruzeiro manager
2011
Succeeded by
Vágner Mancini